A woman sheltered six handicapped dogs, giving them a better life

Unfortunately, there are a lot of homeless dogs and dogs that live in shelters around the world. While healthy dogs have a chance to find a new home, those with serious health problems have practically none.

But goodness knows many good people! Today we will tell you about Tracy Fowler, an American woman with a huge heart. She took in six handicapped dogs and gave them a happy life they couldn’t even dream of.

Tracy herself lost her pet after a prolonged illness, and to make it easier to cope with the loss, she took two German Shepherds, and it started… Since that time, she has been taking dogs from shelters with special needs. At the moment, she already has eight tailed ones who are very happy that they are so lucky in life.

All of her pets are paralyzed, so she bought them special wheelchairs so they could move around. These animals have had a very difficult and challenging life, but thanks to Tracy they are now all loved and happy.

“I have eight dogs now – six dogs with special needs, and two German Shepherds from before that,” Tracy says.

The dogs reciprocate their owner. They simply adore her. But apart from that, they are all friendly with each other. Despite their peculiarities, they can run and frolic for hours.

Tracy admits that she would like to show by her own example that there is nothing wrong and terrible about animals with physical features and it is certainly not a reason to leave them to their fate.

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